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profesional writers scribes
a region in south west Asia that was the site of the worlds first civilization fertile cresent
a city in a independent state city state
a belief in many gods polythesim
story about gods which explains peoples beliefs myths
an area of many territories and peoples that is control of one goverment empire
center of babylonion empire babylon
group of travelers caravan
markets bazaars
a powerful weapon having a wooden beam mounted on wheels battering ram
orginized list of laws code
ruled babylonia from about 1792 to 1750 B.C. hammurabi
scribes combined symbols to make groups of wedges and lines cuneiform
A set of symbols that represents the sounds of language. alphabet
a belief in one god monotheism
is a time when there is little food that many people starve. famine
means to force people to live in another place or country. exile
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